Job: Associate Director, Research. CCA, the Canadian Centre for Architecture
The Canadian Centre for Architecture is an institution responsive to the cultural content of our time and whom mandate is ‘architecture is public concern’. The whole curatorial area works consistently to develop and produce unpublished research, provocative exhibitions, critical publications and to build a collection that could enhance all the above in order to contribute globally to the current discourse on architecture. Curatorial Affairs at CCA include the following divisions: Collection, Programs, Publications and Research.
Reporting to Chief Curator, the Associate Director, Research is responsible for reinforcing the strategic vision of the CCA and guiding and overseeing the research component of the institution. The incumbent provides scholarly and strategic leadership for CCA research activities, and supervises the Study Centre’s activities and programs.
The Associate Director, Research is also responsible for scientific, logistical, cultural and public activities involving CCA research and the Study Center, including coordination with other CCA divisions.
The Associate Director, Research develops the CCA’s relationships with allied institutions and the scholarly community at large.
The incumbent works closely with the others Associate Directors of Curatorial Affairs to produce knowledge while advancing the institution’s vision. Furthermore, the incumbent will work with all the other Associate Directors to ensure the success of institutional projects.
Please submit your application (resume and cover letter, in English or French) by email to firstname.lastname@example.org to the attention of Human Resources of Canadian Centre for Architecture, 1920 rue Baile, Montreal (Quebec) H3H 2S6. The application deadline is 9 December 2018.
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